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While answers are important, it's more important to know what questions to ask to get to the answers.
"Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs." - Pearl Strachan
"I'm sorry, but ..."
A management professor at Kellogg has studied the dangers of getting trapped by your own ambitions.
Win Sheffield has observed the myths his clients tell themselves about the challenge of finding a job.
Nowadays, goes the theory, innovation is supposed to be constantly improving everything the company is about. Is the theory right, or do the experiences of companies reveal something different?
For the sake of their companies--and their legacies--departing chief executives should leave things in the best possible shape. Here's how.
Now that the market is stronger, let's say you finally will make good on your goal to find a new job.
Always-on, multitasking work environments are killing productivity, dampening creativity and making us unhappy.
When it comes to making any kind of major career decision, serious deliberation is in order.